Kenneth Noland, ‘Quartet I-IV’, 2001, Christie's
Kenneth Noland, ‘Quartet I-IV’, 2001, Christie's
Kenneth Noland, ‘Quartet I-IV’, 2001, Christie's
Kenneth Noland, ‘Quartet I-IV’, 2001, Christie's

Each signed on the reverse in pencil and each numbered 16/35 (there were also 12 artist's proof sets), published by Ameringer, Howard, Yohe, and Pace Editions, New York, with their blindstamp, with full margins, in very good condition, each framed
Image: 12 ½ x 41 ¾ in. (315 x 1060 mm.) (each)
Sheet: 15 7/8 x 44 ¾ in. (404 x 1140 cm) (each)

About Kenneth Noland

An innovative colorist, Kenneth Noland began his career as an Abstract Expressionist, became one of the first practitioners of Color Field painting as part of the Washington Color School, and ultimately embraced a Minimalist approach that comprised vivid color and simple geometric shapes. His most iconic works are subtly direct compositions of chevrons, concentric circles, stripes, and diamonds, such as Pent (1966). Noland also pioneered the use of shaped canvases, painting on increasingly asymmetrical canvases that rendered the edge of equal compositional importance to the center.

American, 1924-2010, Asheville, North Carolina